The UK is a top destination for athletes and sporting professionals in a diverse range of disciplines. Whether you are a sportsperson, coach or club, our immigration barristers in London are well versed in the full range of UK visas available to sportspersons who wish to visit, or work in, the UK.

To download our guide to immigration routes for sportspersons as a PDF please click on the link below:

Our specialist immigration barristers work closely with professional and amateur sportspersons, employers and event organisers across all sports to ensure that their immigration and visa requirements are met.

The main immigration routes available to sportspersons are:

  • Visit (Standard) – Business visa;
  • Permitted Paid Engagements (PPE) Visit visa;
  • Tier 2 Sportsperson visa;
  • Tier 5 Temporary Worker visa.

Applying for a UK Visa as a Sportsperson

For expert advice and assistance with applying for a UK visa as a professional or amateur sportsperson, employer or sports event organiser, please contact our business immigration barristers & lawyers on 0203 617 9173 or e-mail info@richmondchambers.com.

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